Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake (91) rushes Baltimore Ravens tight end Nick Boyle (86) during an NFL preseason football game between the Baltimore Ravens and Miami Dolphins, Thursday, Aug. 17, 2016 in Miami, Fla.
Tunsil and hope for the health of center Mike Pouncey for improvement. The team's defense, led by Ndamukong Suh and Cameron Wake , has too much talent to play as poorly as it did a year ago. Overall, this is a more talented team than the ones
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level talent. A bounceback campaign could be in the works under new play caller Wade Phillips. Miami Dolphins: Cameron Wake (8) Wake didn't make his debut as an NFL pass rusher until after his 27th birthday. Migrating to Miami after a
Wake didn't make his debut as an NFL pass rusher until after his 27th birthday. Migrating to Miami after a productive stretch in the CFL, the ageless edge rusher is coming off a dominant second-team All-Pro campaign that saw him post 11.5 sacks, five forced fumbles and 66 QB pressures. After ...
diverse set of wideouts, to power back in Jay Ajayi , to a good offensive line, to a solid defensive front led by Suh, Cameron Wake and first-round pick Charles Harris , to an improving secondary. Unfortunately for Miami, the Patriots have also
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Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake stretches out during an NFL organized team activities football practice, Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at the Dolphins training facility in Davie, Fla. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
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because you see me on you know TV doing Dancing With The Stars that doesn't take away when I'm going amount on the Cameron Wake up every single morning by having him to train is six and him. 6 AM to 10:30 am on the film in the weight room try
better with time and is just entering his prime at age 27, which coincides with his first entry in the Top 100. RANK 62 Cameron Wake - DE, Dolphins It's hard to believe -- considering the defensive end has posted double-digit sack totals in four
2016 marked Wake's fourth season with 11-plus sacks. Only Von Miller has more such seasons since 2010 (5). Wake's 81.5 career sacks are tied with James Harrison for the most by an undrafted active player. He has the second-most career sacks in Dolphins history, behind only Hall of Famer Jason
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Orakpo had a career high in QB hits (19), along with 10.5 sacks and 13 tackles for loss. This was his third career double-digit sack season, capping off his sixth season with 7+ sacks since his entering the league in 2009. Only two other players (Julius Peppers and Cameron Wake ) have more 7-sack ...
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coverage but I think his quickness and explosion off the edge gives Miami something they need now. Plus he can work behind Cameron Wake who's got some of the bout work habits in the NFL at that position.
traded up for the right to select the 6-foot-6, physical freak, viewing him as the needed edge rusher to pair with Cameron Wake . The Dolphins are still searching for that rush-mate. As a rookie, Jordan played sparingly, compiling two sacks
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three-year, $27 million contract. The $9 million-per-year average currently sets him just behind teammate Cameron Wake among 4-3 defensive ends, per OverTheCap.com -- above the likes of Brandon Graham and Cliff Avril on a per-year
Alexander is hoping to score in free agency, citing the recent extension signed by 35-year-old Dolphins pass rusher Cameron Wake (two years, $18 million, $11 million guaranteed) as a comparable launching point. That might be a bit ambitious